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Magisk is ending legacy support for some older versions of Android

Magisk is ending legacy support for some older versions of Android

A couple of months back, the popular root solution Magisk picked up a big update that unified the Magisk Manager app and Magisk itself into a single convenient package in v22, which would be the last version to support Android versions prior to 5.0. Ahead of that change, v22 is getting a minor .1 revision with a handful of fixes and improvements, including a brand new log writer.

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New v22.0 update merges Magisk and Magisk Manager app

New v22.0 update merges Magisk and Magisk Manager app

If you've ever rooted your Android phone to modify system components, chances are, you've come across Magisk, which allows for systemless root access. Developer John Wu has constantly updated it to ensure it works just as well and goes undetected by Google's SafetyNet. The tool is now being updated to version 22.0, which introduces support for the Samsung Galaxy S21 series and kills the Magisk Manager as we know it.

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Magisk v19 beta supports Android Q, brings MagiskHide tweaks and changes for module devs

Magisk v19 beta supports Android Q, brings MagiskHide tweaks and changes for module devs

Yesterday John Wu, the prolific developer behind the go-to Android root solution Magisk, released the public beta of Magisk version 19. The full changelog is available on XDA, with a more verbose version on the project's Github, but in short, v19 delivers a new module installation method, imageless support for modules, a return of native 64-bit support, a new MagiskHide system, and support for Android Q Beta 1.

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